Georgia vs. Tennessee Odds

2015 CBS College Football Game of the Week Odds: Georgia vs Tennessee

Fresh off a blowout loss at home, No. 19 Georgia looks to regroup on Saturday when it hits the road to face Tennessee at 3:30PM ET on CBS.

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According to oddsmakers at GTBets, Georgia is the slight favorite on the road, as the Bulldogs are getting odds of -3 points against the Volunteers. The over/under total for the game has been set at 59.5 points. Georgia has won five straight meetings with Tennessee, but the Volunteers are 7-2 against the spread in the last 9 games of this series. These two have hit the over in five of their last six meetings.

Georgia is 4-1 on the season, 2-1 in the SEC, 2-3 against the spread and 3-2 with the under. The Bulldogs started 4-0, but are coming off a 38-10 loss at home to Alabama last week. The Bulldogs struggled on offense, posting just 299 total yards and committing four turnovers. Georgia gave up 379 total yards to Alabama, including 189 rushing yards. Nick Chubb led the team with 146 rushing yards and one touchdown, but Greyson Lambert was just 10 of 24 passing for 86 yards with one interception.

Tennessee is 2-3 on the season, 0-2 in the SEC, 2-3 against the spread and 3-2 with the over. The Vols have had three one-score losses in which they led in the second half in all of them. The losses are to Oklahoma, Florida and Arkansas. The Vols are averaging 37 points and 417.8 yards per game on offense while allowing 24.6 points and 414 total yards per game on defense. Joshua Dobbs has thrown for 789 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 250 yards and three more scores to lead Tennessee while Jalen Hurd had 492 rushing yards and seven touchdowns.

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